Does anyone know of a good (free) scientific calculator replacement for the Windows calculator program that (must) support fractions? I'm having a difficult time locating one that supports fractions. Yet I can walk into any store and all the scientific calculators support fractions. I need this because I don't always have my calculator with me but I can always have a software calc with me as long as there is an internet connection where I am.

Posted on 2004-03-08 11:06:19 by _Shawn
Excalibur. That thing can even predict the weather. And free!
Posted on 2004-03-08 15:29:25 by JimmyClif
ha! brilliant thing.
i love that stack-thingy.

there is also a PowerCalculator (don't know if it's the correct name) in the PowerToys-package of windows. it is even capable of drawing 2D-functions
Posted on 2004-03-09 02:46:18 by hartyl